(1090 The Fan) – Tina Thompson hit a putback of her own miss with 38.8 seconds left before Temeka Johnson, Camille Little and Shekinna Stricklen combined to hit five free throws in the final 18 seconds of Friday night’s victory over the Tulsa Shock.

Thompson’s shot put Seattle on top, 58-57, the sixth and final lead change of the fourth quarter. Johnson’s two free throws at 18.3 seconds made it 60-57, then Riquna Williams cut it 60-59 on a runner with 14.0 seconds to go.

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Little’s two free throws made it 62-59 at 13 seconds. Williams missed a 3-point try from the right corner, Stricklen rebounded, was fouled with 3.8 seconds left, and hit the second of her two free throws to clinch it.

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